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J2ME: Introduction to the Platform
Feb 16, 2001
In this article, Bryan Morgan introduces the components of the J2ME platform and explains why this platform is set to revolutionize wireless application development. This is the first article in a four-part series on Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME).
Java Security on Mobile Devices
Feb 6, 2004
Security is always a hot topic in conversations about new or old products and technologies. Mikko Kontio provides a quick overview of security on Java applications in small devices.
Kicking Butt with MIDP and MSA: Text and Multimedia Messaging
Mar 14, 2008
Most mobile phones are capable of sending and receiving messages. WMA extends this capability to MIDlets.
Legislative Barriers Against Municipal Wireless (WiMax): And You Thought This Was About Technology?!
Oct 21, 2005
Surely you didn't think that WiMax, wherein municipalities provide citywide broadband access, would stay out of the hands of legistlators? Find out what social and government implications may have for this technology.
Linking i-mode Resources
Oct 26, 2001
In this article, Paul Wallace introduces you to linking to various types of resources within i-mode pages.
Logitech Wireless Headphones for iPod: Bluetooth Bliss or Headphone Headache?
Mar 3, 2006
Logitech makes the only Bluetooth wireless headphones specifically for the iPod. But is the convenience of going wireless worth the price? Dustin Sullivan explains the highs (and lows) of the Logitech Wireless Headphones for iPod.
Making Your Own UTP Cables
Oct 1, 2000
Use these step-by-step instructions for building your own 10BaseT Ethernet cables for the home or office.
Managing Your BlackBerry from a Desktop PC
Sep 8, 2006
Your Blackberry 7100 series is a mini computer in its own right, but occassionally you'll need to connect it to your PC to syncronize data, back it up, or install applications. Michael Morrison discusses this and more in this sample chapter.
Masters and Slaves: Roles in a Bluetooth Piconet
May 11, 2001
To understand how the master-slave switch works, you must first understand the roles of master and slave in a Bluetooth piconet. To understand that, you have to know about Bluetooth frequency hopping. Jennifer Bray takes a look at that topic here.
Metro Ethernet Services
Oct 3, 2003
This sample chapter discusses the basics of L2 Ethernet switching and the different metro Ethernet service concepts as introduced by the Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF).
Mitigating the Degradation Effects of Fading Channels
Apr 5, 2002
This article outlines the tools for dealing with the deleterious effect of fading, and how to mitigate these effects so that the channel approaches AWGN performance.
Mobile 3D Graphics for J2ME (JSR-184): Part 2
May 6, 2005
Now that you're up close and personal with the Mobile 3D API and had a look at how 3D graphics were added in to mobile Java applications, Mikko Kontio continues his series with a look at how 3D modeling software can be used to make things simpler to code and to design.
Mobile Database Development Tutorial: Part 4
Apr 11, 2003
Mobile applications, when architected and developed correctly, can provide significant return-on-investment because mobile workers are the employees most likely to come into contact with actual customers. To conclude the series on mobile database development, Bryan Morgan explores the intricacies of synchronizing mobile databases with enterprise data sources.
Mobile Database Review: Oracle 9i Lite
Feb 22, 2002
Second in a series of reviews of popular mobile database products, this article presents Bryan Morgan's take on Oracle9i Lite.
Mobile Database Review: Building Java Mobile Apps With PointBase
Mar 29, 2002
Third in a series of reviews of popular mobile database products, this article by Bryan Morgan describes the PointBase RDBMS.
Mobile Database Review: Microsoft Databases for Windows CE
Apr 5, 2002
In the fourth and final segment of his review of popular mobile database offerings, Bryan Morgan takes a look at two popular database offerings for Windows CE from Microsoft: Pocket Access 2002 and SQL Server 2000 Windows CE Edition (commonly referred to as SQL Server CE).
Mobile Database Review: Sybase SQL Anywhere Studio 8.0
Feb 15, 2002
In this first of a series of articles reviewing popular mobile database products, Bryan Morgan says some nice things about Sybase SQL Anywhere Studio 8.0.
Mobile Device Development
Dec 21, 2001
Scott Worley, author of Inside ASP.NET, shows you how to use the Mobile Device Development Toolkit with ASP.NET to create a relatively simple data-driven application.
Mobile IP
By William Stallings
Oct 26, 2001
Mobile IP is the standard for mobile access to the Internet. In this article, Bill Stallings describes how this relatively new protocol is changing the face of mobile (or nomadic) computing.
Mobile IP Technology and Applications
Jul 8, 2005
This chapter highlights the major concepts of IOS Mobile IP configuration in a simple lab topology. It presents in detail the most important concepts in IOS Mobile IP configuration. We start out by using six routers to examine each component individually. Several alternatives requiring fewer routers are presented at the end of the chapter.

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